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Mabel <I>Eberle</I> Romish

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Mabel Eberle Romish

Birth
Bradshaw, York County, Nebraska, USA
Death
5 Aug 1939 (aged 41)
Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, USA
Burial
Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, USA Add to Map
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Rock Springs Daily Rocket, Aug 8, 1939
SERVICES FOR MRS. F. ROMISH TO BE TODAY

Mable Eberle Romish, 41, wife of Franklin M. Romish of Rock Springs, died suddenly early Saturday morning following a heart attack.

Mrs. Romish had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wiggins and was preparing to leave when stricken. A doctor was summoned but she died before his arrival. Death occurred at 12:20 a.m.

Eastern Star funeral services for Mrs. Romish will be held at 3 o’clock this afternoon in Masonic Temple with the Rev. E.L. Tull officiating. Her body will lie in state at the temple from 10:30 a.m. until time of services.

Mrs. Romish was born May 7, 1898, in Bradshaw, Neb., the daughter of Chris and Lena Eberle. She received her early education at Litchfield, Neb., and later attended college at Broken Bow and York, Neb., from where she was graduated. She served in a secretarial capacity in York and as a dental assistant in York and Denver, Colo.

She was graduated as a registered nurse from Wyoming General hospital in 1928 and September 1 the same year married Franklin M. Romish. Later she completed a post graduate course in electro-therapy at the L.D.S. hospital in Salt Lake City.

Mrs. Romish was well known throughout the state, having served as president of the Wyoming State Nurses association for two years. She also had served as convention representative and camp nurse of the Wyoming Girl Scouts’ association of America.

She had been a member of the Eastern Star since 1919 and also was a member of the Christian church.

She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lena Eberle of York, Neb.; her husband; two sisters, Mrs. Rena Triplett of Seneca, Neb., and Dr. Lulu E. Philippus of Denver; and a brother, Aaron O. Eberle of Springfield, Ill. Her father, two sisters and a brother preceded her in death.

Relatives who will attend funeral services are Mrs. Triplett, Dr. Philippus and her daughter, Eberle Ann, and Elsie Romish of Sheridan.

Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery under direction of Wildermuth Mortuary.
Rock Springs Daily Rocket, Aug 8, 1939
SERVICES FOR MRS. F. ROMISH TO BE TODAY

Mable Eberle Romish, 41, wife of Franklin M. Romish of Rock Springs, died suddenly early Saturday morning following a heart attack.

Mrs. Romish had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wiggins and was preparing to leave when stricken. A doctor was summoned but she died before his arrival. Death occurred at 12:20 a.m.

Eastern Star funeral services for Mrs. Romish will be held at 3 o’clock this afternoon in Masonic Temple with the Rev. E.L. Tull officiating. Her body will lie in state at the temple from 10:30 a.m. until time of services.

Mrs. Romish was born May 7, 1898, in Bradshaw, Neb., the daughter of Chris and Lena Eberle. She received her early education at Litchfield, Neb., and later attended college at Broken Bow and York, Neb., from where she was graduated. She served in a secretarial capacity in York and as a dental assistant in York and Denver, Colo.

She was graduated as a registered nurse from Wyoming General hospital in 1928 and September 1 the same year married Franklin M. Romish. Later she completed a post graduate course in electro-therapy at the L.D.S. hospital in Salt Lake City.

Mrs. Romish was well known throughout the state, having served as president of the Wyoming State Nurses association for two years. She also had served as convention representative and camp nurse of the Wyoming Girl Scouts’ association of America.

She had been a member of the Eastern Star since 1919 and also was a member of the Christian church.

She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lena Eberle of York, Neb.; her husband; two sisters, Mrs. Rena Triplett of Seneca, Neb., and Dr. Lulu E. Philippus of Denver; and a brother, Aaron O. Eberle of Springfield, Ill. Her father, two sisters and a brother preceded her in death.

Relatives who will attend funeral services are Mrs. Triplett, Dr. Philippus and her daughter, Eberle Ann, and Elsie Romish of Sheridan.

Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery under direction of Wildermuth Mortuary.


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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/70479904/mabel-romish: accessed ), memorial page for Mabel Eberle Romish (7 May 1898–5 Aug 1939), Find a Grave Memorial ID 70479904, citing Rock Springs Cemetery, Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, USA; Maintained by Angela Cable (contributor 47277708).